Outspan Hotel

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The Outspan Hotel is in Nyeri, Kenya. It was built up from an old farm by Eric Sherbrooke Walker in the 1920s. Famous visitors include Robert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell and his wife Olave Baden-Powell from 1938 until Baden-Powell's death in 1941. Jim Corbett also lived there.[1]

The hotel is linked[clarification needed] with the Treetops Hotel, approximately 15 kilometres away in the Aberdare National Park.


Coordinates: 0°25′15″S 36°56′30″E / 0.4209°S 36.9418°E / -0.4209; 36.9418